CircleMud-30bpl11 Amiga - A reality!

From: Jack Patton (
Date: 04/16/96

Thanks to the wonderful work of Markus Wild and the newest version of his 
ixemul.library, and a little tweaking of the circle code on my part (hand 
made conf.h, #ifdefs and a Makefile), CircleMud-3.0pl11 will now compile 
and run on the Amiga. Unlike the 2.20 Circle that has been floating 
around for quite some time, this version runs under AmiTCP and probably 
other Amiga TCP/IP stacks. If there is enough call for it and the Circle 
people are into it, I'll be glad to supply a binary distribution for 
those Amigans that don't want to go through getting all the software 
needed and installed to compile it.

The file you want is on the following sites as of this minute: /pub/CircleMUD/contrib/source/ /pub/amiga/

The filename is: circle30bpl11-amiga-diffs.tar.gz

Jack Patton

P.S.    Check out 4000 (not amiga)
	ExileMUD ( 4000) - a heavily modified 
	Circle-3.0bpl4-8 brought to you by yours truly, 
	the creators of the Sundhaven and High Tower Of Sorcery zones 
	and others. Exile-RP is also currently under development,
        with a whole new approach to role playing in a multiuser environment.
	Exile-RP is at 4000. (NetBSD-Amiga)
	More information about these muds is available on the web at:

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